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If you're looking for a quick read for your 4th - 7th grade students, I highly recommend this book.
The book is narrated by a different character every chapter, although the presence and connection of all the narrators is intertwined throughout the chapters.
In fewer than seventy pages, Paul F. weaves a very readable story filled with unforgettable characters.
This is an excellent book for the classroom. The deep topic of community and race can be presented to elementary and middle school students quite nicely with this book. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Le'Chel
Purchased as part of my son's sixth grade reading curriculum, and he enjoyed the book so well that he insisted we read it as a family. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Krysteena
This is one of the greatest teaching tools there is. It creates critical thinking skills for students who may live in urban areas in isolation. Won a Newbury award! Fast shipping.Published 12 days ago by S. Allaire Masse
As part of a Big Brothers/Big Sisters program at work, we used this book to help ring in our new year together. Our theme this year is Pay It Forward. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Dolphinlover
Great quick read. Mr. Fleischman did a wonderful job creating the individual gardeners and community members. My 6th and 7th grader were both instantly drawn into the story.Published 1 month ago by Timothy Smith